Readers wondering what is going on inside their heads will enjoy this interactive look into the human brain. Activities, videos, and images explain neuroscientific phenomena like why people see faces in everyday objects and how a musical soundtrack influences emotions. Readers can also learn about the relationships between the brain and crime, addiction, youth sports, aging, Alzheimer's, and more. In the menu bar located underneath the Your Brain heading, hover over Interactive, Galleries, and Videos to explore the different themes, or select from the clickable tiles below the menu bar. Some videos contain graphic descriptions of violence, as indicated by a note above the video, so readers should exercise caution. Your Brain is a project of the Franklin Institute (featured in the 02-21-2012 Scout Report) and supported by funding from the National Institutes of Health Blueprint for Neuroscience Research.